Categories: Social Media, Websites
Written By: Niecee
No one likes a quitter! So how do you know if someone quit following you on Twitter?
Qwitter is a site that tracks who quits following you on Twitter. When you look in your followers section and discover that the number of followers you have has gone down, you can now know who quit you.
NIECEE’s TAKE AWAYS:
- Why Would Someone Stop Following You? Twitter users like to follow people who engage back with them. Something that certain companies fail terribly at on Twitter is engagement. Bombarding your followers with multiple updates that aren’t engaging are going to cause you to see a loss in followers. Just because a brand/company sets-up a Twitter account doesn’t automatically justify one’s purpose for being on Twitter. You need to make a connection.
- Open Development. Something I thought was an interesting call out on Qwitter was: Qwitter is not affiliated with Twitter, but wouldn’t it be cool if it was? “A few weeks ago I wrote about Tweader another Twitter tool not made by Twitter. I think open development on Twitter is key, because it’s the users who discover what tools would be useful. For example one of my fellow tweeters suggested a “Retweet” feature. That would be terrific for spreading viral messages.